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? tonight, on "washington week." nice words on the stump -- >> is a choice between two fundamentally different visions about how we move this country forward. >> i believe we're on the verge of an extraordinary rebound in america's economy with good jobs and rising incomes again. gwen: down and dirty on the air. >> she passed away in 22 days. i do not think mitt romney realizes what he's done to anyone and furthermore i do not think mitt romney is --ed. >> under obama's plan you wouldn't have to work and wouldn't have to train for a job. gwen: drilling down with mitt romney accusing the president of encouraging dependency. >> president obama in just the last few days has tried to reverse that accomplishment by taking the work requirement out of welfare. that is wrong. if i'm president, i'm put work back in welfare. gwen: and the president accusing romney of robbing the poor. >> it's romney hood. they have tried to sell us this trickle down tax cut fairy dust before and guess what, it does not work. gwen: the biggest open question is who will run with romney? the short list shrinks. c
. and hand to hand political combat ensues. tonight on "washington week." the week began with a jolt of energy. >> i am deeply honored and excited to join you as your running mate. [cheers and applause] >> people ask me why i chose paul ryan. the answer is i wanted someone who was a leader. gwen: but the campaign veered quickly into charge and countercharge. some of it rooted in policy. >> you pay into medicaid for years. every paycheck now when you need it, obama has cut $716 million. >> and some of the charges personal. >> this is what an angry and desperate presidency looks like. president obama knows better. >> unchain wall street. they're going to put y'all back in chains. gwen: the campaigns go toe to toe. covering washington week, jackie calmes of the "new york times," john harris of politico alexis simendinger of real clear politics. >> coming from our nation's capitol this is gwen ifill for "washington week." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> whereever our trains go, the omecpmey on life. norfolk southern, one line, infinite possibilities. >> we kn
that philadelphia social lite peggy benedict arnold's second way played in the conspiracy to harm george washington's. this program is under an hour. [applause] >> thank you for coming. i'm mark jay con. steven is to my left. and we started studying a couple of years ago many years ago discover peggy's story an under appreciated story in american history. in fact she was probably the most dangerous teen girl in american history. [laughter] [inaudible] and, you know, half the age of her husband who was more famous, and it's just it's a story that nobody really knew in fact it kind of -- it was poorly understood from time even. by the time anyone understood what the story was, nobody seemed to care anymore. peggy was mrs. benedict arnold and she liked it that way. he didn't want to be anything else. she would rather be the victimized wife of a traitor than be considered what the real truth is which is a cospirter to try to bring down the american revolution, and who had fooled the founding fathers and got off scot-free. which it exactly what he did. all right, about more than a century after her deat
. >> and to the south and east of washington. a live look of the radar and that is to the south and east. generally washington south and east, north of annapolis and working on 97 to glen burnie and south here into parts of prince georges county, southern anne arundel county, dun work, you're not done yet. and all of this is lifting to the north and east, and to the frontal boundary at 35 miles an hour and some other places here in the heart of washington, and call from the potomac in the past 15 minutes and into georgetown. northeast washington, you will see some showers and can you see that getting going here and into northeast washington. another shower there to the south. right across the potomac. we will have some showers here in washington, points outing andest -- south and east and the next few hours. things will start to quiet down and this is what is going o thank you. the cold front is coming through. cooler and drier air on the horizon. once i show you the dew points, they're falling. the less humidity and cooler temperatures later tonight and along the frontal boundary, lots of showers
by washington and wreath. it airs every saturday at 10:00 p.m. eastern and sundays at 9:00 p.m. and midnight. >>> now from the virginia festival of book. stefanie duetch and daniel talk about fighting for siflg rights through education and war. it's about an hour. >> good afternoon. welcome to the virginia festival of books sponsored by virginia foundation for the humidities. the. panel is caughted fight the for civil right through ocean and war. i'm pleased to welcome you here this afternoon. i'll be moderating today which features two authors. stefanie duetch who are here to talk about about the books on the schools and the airmen. a few program notes to begin, first i'd like to point out that c-span is filming this production for booktv. so please be sure your cell phones are off. i'd like to remind my students of that sometimes. please be sure your cell phones are off. also remember that the book festival of the book is tree free of charge. not free of cost. if you would like to support the festival. you can go online or pick up a giving pact at any of the information booth. we appreciat
avenue corporation and in all of what has helped to restore that portion of washington, d.c. to the prominence that it has today. certainly today we are going to hear a bit about the history of the navy had the debate over the role of the navy that took place during their early years of the nation's history despite the navy's strong performance during the revolutionary war and some of our founding fathers didn't see the need for the deep water fleet. they didn't see the need for an island nation like the united states to do more to defend the shores but the revolutionary war of 18 will settle the debate for good. author today will tell you how the debate should the future of the navy. they've benefited from that decisive year in the nation's history. our guest today is a little bit unique because george daughn holds a ph.d. in american history from harvard university but his active-duty service was in the air force, so we are really privileged to have george will and to express his thoughts about the navy with an air force background that contributes to his appreciation fo
morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. start now. live and in hd, this is "good morning washington." what's good morning, washington. it is wednesday, august 8. >> i am cynne simpson. the check on the weather now. >> we have some action on the radar screen. you will notice one little downpour highly isolated between culpeper and fredericksburg north of highway 3. it looks like it is falling apart. once pagoda's paused -- does pop up south of manassas. -- one sprinkle just popped up sough of manassas. 78 now in the district. on our way to 92. good shape right now as far as the driver on the beltway. 395 quiet. good ride on 66. nothing complicated across the wilson bridge. the american legion bridge, the george washington parkway southbound near morningside lane, one lane. earlier accident activity. now for the news. >> this morning, and a big jolt folks out of their sleep in the los angeles area. the 4.4 quake was centered in yorba linda 35 miles southeast of los angeles. aftershocks soon followed. no reports of damage or injury. >> fincher discounted, a suspected child predator waking up in -- p
you remember where you were when the quake struck the d.c. area year-ago "good morning washington? -- "good morning washington" at 5:00 starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> it's thursday, august 23. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. >>adam caskey first. >> today looks dry and very sunny overall with the exception of this morning, where we have some areas of fog north and west of washington. round hill, 58, 69 northwest d.c. the five in oxon hill. generally in the '60s to start the day. 87 this afternoon with a good amount of sunshine. angela. >> one troublespots of our this morning travel. to the beltway on 66, blocking the right lane. a minor distraction. still looking at a pretty good flow of traffic with light volume for the most part. once you reach the beltway and travel on the inner loop through maryland, no problems. this is the american legion bridge. the inner loop and outer loop travel moving quite well at this hour. on 270, no distractions so far this morning. all lanes are open northbound and southbound. back to y
meets in philadelphia. george washington of virginia shows up. practically the first night he was there he was invited to dinner at the shippen home. peggy met him for the first time and knew him very well until she had a falling out. and then we get the declaration of independence, when she is 16, which is literally signed about a block and a half around the corner from their families fancy home. and then we get to september, 1777 and the british. >> the person chosen to be the military governor in the philadelphia area is benedict arnold. by that time he had a grievous leg wound that has made him unable to ride a horse and had to ride in a coach and he has proved himself to be the most audacious and able in battlefield commander on the continental army side, recognize that way by george washington. so, he is 38 and peggy is 18 when they married. they have a courtship of about a year and this happens -- let me back up just a little bit. peggy became kind of this society debutante at the age of 16 or 17 shortly after that the duration of independence was signed, and the war re
socialite peggy shippen, benedict arnold second wife, played in the conspiracy to armed george washington's forces. this program is just under an hour. >> thank you for coming. i mark jacob. stephen case is to my left. and we started studying a couple years ago, many years ago, discovered that the story, just an underappreciated story in american history. in fact, she was probably the most dangerous teenage girl in american history. half the age of her husband, some who is much more famous, and it's just, it's a story that nobody really knew. in fact, it just kind of, it was poorly understood for the time even. by the time anyone understood what the story was, no one seemed to care anymore. peggy was mrs. benedict arnold, and she liked it that way. she didn't want it to be anything else. she would much rather be victimized wife of a traitor and consider what the real truth is, which is a co-conspirator to try to bring down the american revolution. and who it fooled the founding fathers and got off scott free. which is exactly what she did. all right, about more than a century after his de
washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's 5:00 a.m. on this tuesday, august 7. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get a check on the weather with adam caskey. >> there's one shower this morning, still in an unsettled weather pattern. we have a chance of rain may lease out of washington, in southern maryland and central virginia. that's where we have a short crossing 301 moving west to east, south of la plata, just north of the knights bridge. that's all in terms of rain to start the day. 77 now in washington. 92 this afternoon. best chance of showers is out of d.c. lisa baden. >> traffic is moving in our favor on the greenway, but told road, no problems on 66. travel times normal on 270 between father hurley and the beltway, 17 minutes. 95 is closed in each direction between fredericksburg and richmond near the carmel church exit because of an accident with wires down. this has been going on several hours and there will be several hours ahead. now back to news. >> we take a look in the day ahead. the man accused of shooting former arizona congresswoman gabr
the traditional role of a vice presidential nominee of attack dog. in washington, james rosen, fox news. >> and joining me now is mark plotkin and good to see you, mark. >> good to be here. >> the stakes are over. paul ryan, romney's running mate. what does having ryan on the ticket do to help romney in november? >> thought it was interesting that romney in the introduction said a faithful catholic. why am i stressing this? the republican party is never had a non-protestant on the ticket. but more than anything, they feel that if catholics in america vote republican, they winter election. i think that is important. most important is what he thinks paul ryan does to energize the conservative base that will create greater enthusiasm and the conservatives in his party have auld had problems with him, especially his record when he was a one-term governor of massachusetts. they haven't trusted him. the idea is to go to your base, excite them, make sure they don't say at home and create a spark. a certain sensation. >> right. >> or good feeling and compared to the other guys that he can have
>>> welcome to the washington area nissan dealers sports xtra. >> hello. thanks for joining us tonight for nissan sports xtra. coming up bryce harper is back with a vengeance, but first reaction from the redskins second preseason game and a little good news regarding some injuries in last night's game. according to reports, the mri results showed no significant damage for brian orakpo's holder and brandon meriweather's knee. the teen was off today and are back at practice -- the team was off today and are back at practice tomorrow. >>> a look at the good, bad and ugly with robert griffin, iii, third play from scrimmage, nobody open and he begins to retreat and finally throws the ball away but only after a big hit from julius peppers. second series play action fake, griffin rolling right. again sees nobody open, decides not to get out of bounds, again takes a hit as he heads towards the sideline. two plays later the rg3 fans wanted to see his best pass of the game, 3rd and 3, a 16-yard tight spiral to santana moss for a 1st down. more bad, not necessarily his fault. rg3 is pres
." have a wonderful wednesday. exit live and in hd, this is "good morning washington." captioned by the national captioning institute >> pepco officials braced for a second round of public hearings on their response to the june 26 storm. the first hearing took place last night -- they did not hold back their frustration. good morning, it is wednesday august 8. i am cynnÉ simpson. >> in steve chenevey. >> good morning. here at the belfort furniture weather center we are -- tracking one isolated little shower. it is highly isolated. in the eastern section of culpeper county. it is creeping east. it is closing in on fredericksburg. 78 right now at reagan national. 72 in manassas. highs today will be in the low 90's for most of us. if you upper 80's northwest account. partly cloudy with thundershowers -- a chance of thunderstorms are. friday seems to be the most active day. we could have strong or severe storms thursday and friday. >> we are hearing from park police that there was an overnight accident on the george washington parkway -- stuff that is close as the
suffers when congress doesn't act? tonight on washington week. -- "washington week." >> hello ohio. >> it's good to be back. >> barack obama and mitt romney search for a breakout message. >> america's not built from the top down. america's built from the middle up. america's built from the bottom up. >> i'm going to make sure we finally have a president that's serious about getting our budget under control and by the last year of my second term we'll finally have a balanced budget in this country. gwen: but a new jobs report offer noss clarity. more jobs added but the jobless rate goes up too. meanwhile congress leaves town with much left undone. as yet another senate tea party candidate bounces yet another establish candidate in texas. >> when we started they said this was impossible. and you know what, they were right. i couldn't do it. but you could. gwen: covering the week, amy walter of abc news. david wessel of "the wall street journal," susan davis of "usa today" and karen tumulty of "the washington post." >> live from our nation's capitol, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill
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. atashington" 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it is tuesday, august 21. glad you are starting or stay with us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. start with meteorologist adam caskey. >> a very comfortable start on this tuesday morning. very humid, temperatures around 60 degrees. feels pretty nice especially for late august. 59 in leesburg, 62 in germantown d.c.orthwest qe-3 in culpeper. watch for patchy fog especially washington, a hagerstown, if martinsburg, frederick, you have visibilities. that should burn off around sunrise. cloudy today, isolated thundershowers. those are few and far between. slight chance of that mainly after 4:00 p.m. high temperature of 84. same story basically tomorrow. now to angela for the commute. we are dealing with some including a very bad train derailment in ellicott city. travel through city, you may want to plan for alternate route this morning. closed.k rd. is we are dealing with an accident parkway b-w approaching the new york avenue split. we are seeing a few de
washington quiere tranquilizar a sus compatriot as ya que el sismo no causo grandes daÑos... a pesar que no se han registrado daÑos, ni fatalidades, para maria simplemente saber que ocurrio un terremoto en su pais, le causa temor... ella trata de llamar a su hija en el salvador..."me pongo bien alarm asustada porque como en nuestro pais tambien mucho tiembla, mucho hay sismos, mucho temblor" el sismo con una magnitud de 6.7 se registro el domingo en la noche en la zona costera de el salvador... el epicentro tuvo lugar a 119 km al sur de puerto el triunfo, segÚn el instituto geolÓgico de estados unidos... mientras que en washington dc, la embajada salvadoreÑa busca tranquilizar a sus connacionales.. " las cosas estan tranquilas, yo creo que nuestros compatriotas que obviamente deben de estar preocupados sus familiares el mensaje es esten tranquilos, porque no ha pasado nada, gracias a dios" el centro de alerta de tsunamis del pacÍfico indico Ó que el sismo tuvo una profundidad de 54 km.. se activo una alerta de tsunamis para varios paises centroame ricanos y mexico, la cual mas ta
on the republican ticket. i'm gloria borger here in washington and i'm joined by cnn's chief national correspondent, john king. he's in waukesha, wisconsin and that is paul ryan's home state. i think you're about 50 miles, right, from jaynesville, which is paul ryan's district and his supporters are gathering there in waukesha for a warm welcome. so, tell me about the crowd. >> it's quite a large crowd. they're going through the preliminary speakers now. you see a big crowd behind me. trust me, it runs out this way as well and over this way. this is the wisconsin homecoming. paul ryan and mitt romney landed just a short time ago. paul ryan said it was great to be home. he said he's been flying into the airport in milwaukee, never has he returned home for a welcome like this. he will be the republican vice presidential nominee. we're in a state as you know, that has been democratic reliablely blue for a long time, but these republicans here think because of the romney pick of paul ryan, because of the election buzz, the republican governor recently survived that bruising recall election. they think
by presidential candidate mitt romney to join him on the republican ticket. i'm gloria borger here in washington and i'm joined by cnn's chief national correspondent john king. he's in wisconsin, paul ryan's home state. you're about 50 miles, right, from janesville, paul ryan's district. and his supporters are gathering there for a warm welcome. tell me about the crowd. >> there's quite a large crowd here, gloria. they're beginning through the republican speakers now, other republican politicians from wisconsin. you see a big crowd behind me. trust me, it runs out this way and this way as well. this is the wisconsin homecoming. paul ryan said he's been flying into the airport in milwaukee for the 14 years he's been in the united states congress, never has he returned home for a welcome like this. he now will be the republican vice presidential nominee. we're in a state, gloria, as you know, there's been democratic politics and presidential politics for a long time. these republicans here think because of the romney pick of paul ryan and the election buzz in this state, the republican governor su
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morning washington -- "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> rise and shine. it's 5:00 on this tuesday, august 14. i am cynne simpson. >> i am brad bell. let's check on the weather with steve rudin. u headb the umbrella as yo out the do. you will probably need it within a couple hours. during the midday and then later this afternoon, storms on the way. looking at the doppler radar, themontgomery county as county. and frederick hagerstown, frederic, thurmont looking the heaviest showers right now. southern maryland is quiet and dry right now. area will have the stormst chance of strong later this afternoon. keep you updated all day c 7. on ab daytime highs today will eventually make it into the upper 80s. the rush a check on hour commute with lisa baden. we like the way it is in virginia. they're moving overnight group tysons. ripon to be open on the beltway. on the virginia and, looks fine. are northbound out of newington up to the pentagon. that is moving freely. back to you. >> thank you. another step for
of you need a schoolhouse, bocker t. washington building a school for the seg dwraited south published in 2011 by northwestern universy published article and book and book reviews in "the new york times," the washington "times," the weekly standard, philanthropy magazine and the millions blog. in addition to writing she serves as chairman of the grant committee of the capitol hill community foundation which gives away $250,000 a year in small grants. dr. daniel haulman is chief of the ofertion history division at the and coauthor of the tuskegee airmen illustrated history of 1939 to 1949. he earned the bachelor degree from the university southwestern louisiana the master's degree from the university of new orleans and the ph.d. in history from auburn university. before pursuing he taught high school social studies in louisiana for five years. he's authored five books about aviation history, written three air force pamphlets. he's taught at huntington college, auburn university and falkner university. without further ado i give you the authors and we begin in chronological order by subj
county to something it has not done in century.lf a "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's friday, august 17. i'm brad bell, in for steve chenevy. >> i am cynne simpson. let's get a check on the weather with steve rudin. >> quiet start on this friday morning. afternoon to the tomorrow,and early some changes are run away. a cold front off to the north west of us. this arrives tonight, bringing d thunderstorms. once that clears the region, conditions expected tomorrow afternoon. degrees at this hour at reagan national. today in the low 90's. checking out traffic with lisa baden. >> around the beltway, clearing overnight construction. complicated on 66, 270 start.a good you cannot access the fort tunnel. you may access the key bridge in baltimore and the 895 were tunnel. a fatal crash has northbound 95 in baltimore closed with a detour. to >> a developing story from afghanistan. that's where the investigation continues into the murders of two u.s. troops. nato coaliti
washington ubico al auto acura color gris, sospechoso de causar el choque...autoridades dicen que el sospechoso esta bajo custodia y se cree que es un complice en la persecusion a alta velocidad...el accidente fatal sucedio el lunes a la una de tarde en la interestata l 95 cerca a la calle powder mill. la violenta tormenta que dejo muchos sin electricidad en el area de washington, dejo el cuestionam iento sobre porque no colocar las lineas electricas bajo tierra. para esto el alcalde vicente gray ha nombrado un comite para examinar los cortes de energia y estudiar si vale la pena poner mas lineas electricas subterran eas. ya que hablamos de lluvias.. .en washington se buscan mecanismos para proteger las viviendas de inundaciones, especialmente un vecindario que es afectado en cada tormenta. maria rosa lucchini con los detalles. estas son escenas devastador as... las travesuras de la madre naturaleza especialmente en esta temporada de huracanes .. una triste realidad que conocen muchos residentes de este vecindario en washington ...recientemente, bloomingdale y ledroit park han sufr
persona ha sido arrestada. la policia de washington ubico al auto acura color gris sospechoso de causar el choque...autoridades dicen que el sospechoso esta bajo custodia y se cree que es un complice en la persecusion a alta velocidad...el accidente fatal sucedio el lunes a la una de tarde en la interestata l 95 cerca a la calle powder mill... el servicio de inmigracion y ciudadania abrira nuevamente sus lineas de telefono al publico para responder preguntas exclusivamente sobre la accion diferida..... fernando pizarro, nos amplia la informacion *+ para ayudar a aclarar dudas sobre el proceso de postulacion diferida que comenzo la semana pasada, este miercoles 22 de agosto, el departamento de ciudadania e inmigracion abrira sus lineas telefonicas y de internet al publico por 1 tiempo limitado. sera 1 oportunidad para el publico de hacer preguntas, dice 1 portavoz. mariela melero, portavoz de uscis el dia 22 de agosto vamos a tener 1 enlace publico en espanol comenzando a las 7:30 de la noche hora del este, exclusivamente sobre el tema de la accion diferida. vamos a tener 1 presentacion qu
't there to support it. so suddenly washington mutual to which had been profitable for how many years at that point always delivered amazing returns, they bitterly were eating away at a capital position and needed more money. >> john kennedy once met harold macmillan the prime minister and you read the reportage of the newspapers to discuss arms control or whatever issue between the two powers and they sure did anabelle manon afterwards to be good to on what they said exactly to each other on friday. it turned out committee spent a lot of time complaining about the coverage. they're tough on jackie and other things. macmillan who was a generation older said russia dos. it doesn't matter. other things to worry about. kennedy said that's easy for you to say, harold. i was elected as the press said your wife is a drug. i would simply say you should've seen her mother. it is a certain thing they would give you an a idea what these people were like. >> up next, historian hugh howard from the point of view of james madison and someone not the same. the decision to declare war and the succeeding battles o
and the elusive george washington. more recently along with his longtime collaborator photographer robert strauss he wrote of the houses of the founding fathers in the book of the same name. he and roger are at it again in the sequel of sorts to be called houses of the president's. i envy his research trips and should ask him some time about his visit to bill clinton's blease put a bedroom. he turned his attention to the war of 1812 with his new book mr. and mrs. madison's war americas first couple in the second war for independence published by bloomsbury in the history book club selection of the month. most of us i suspect that a sort of school remembrance of the war f-18 paul, francis scott key and saving good george washington portrait and that's about. but of course it was a much more complicated affair on numerous fronts in the time of considerable political division. we wanted nothing to do with that war and what a fascinating and diverse cast of characters. chief among them was the diminutive and a brilliant james madison and his vivacious wife dolly. arguably the were america's first pow
nkow, when i say that in washington, they say what are you complaining about? you can go to the airport. if you do not have health insurance, you can get a free breast exam. you can get a free mammogram, and if you mentioned the ron paul revolution, you can get a free colonoscopies. -- colonoscopy. the only problem is, some of us would prefer that our physician not be selected by advertising that is on the pizza hut box. i have the director of tsa come before my khomeni and he says -- my committee and he said we have to pat down these children and ice showed him a picture -- i showed him a picture of an 6- year-old from bowling green kentucky and the agent had their hands down her pants. he followed up with a letter that said the girl in kandahar set off a bomb, and 8-year-old girl. i said this girl is from bowling green, ky. she is not from kandahar. there is a professor at harvard and he wrote recently that next time tsa asks you to put your hands above your head, no, huh, a little bit higher and when you stand there for seven seconds, the next time you do this, you ask yourself, is t
. in the meantime, the president was in washington today where he spoke out about the controversial congressman's statement about rape. he said it was offensive and that's congressman should not be making decisions on behalf of women about their health care. >> maryland gov. mark nowak malley and former governor of virginia -- martin o'malley and former governor of virginia tim kaine will be speaking at the democratic national convention in charlotte, north carolina. >> it is reported that more than 20 people took part in its late- night swim, that included drinking. more than one dozen sources said there were eyewitnesses. the fbi investigation did not result in any formal charges of wrongdoing. >> still to come, the room -- the new record for gas. your wallet will not be happy. >> plus, we will tell you why the nation's largest retailer is getting ready for shoppers at the holidays. >> how would you like a dinosaur footprints in your backyard? it just happened. >> showers that have been slowly coming our way are still coming. i'm barack obama and i approve this message now mitt romney's att
america this morning. >> thanks for watching. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. .nd he was yelling >> a witness describes the on interstate 95. a police car crash during the killing one of the two officers inside. >> there goes martinez. side. over to the right the game is over. >> if you stayed up late, good news for the nationals. it ended just about four hours ago. >> breaking news from ellicott city. after a train derailment on frederick road. the 80-car train was carrying coal when it derailed. some of the cars fell off the bridge. >> some of the train cars lot.d in a parking two victims or on the bridge at erailment, bute not will build employees. have crews headed to the scene. a live report within the next hour. following another breaking story. overseas, nato reports the plane u.s. joint chiefs of staff was attacked in afghanistan. . nobody was gatheringtill details. we will bring the updates as we get them. good morning, washington. tuesday, august 21. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. let's get to the weather with .eteorologis
' the washington post says: "the obama administration is not removing the bill's work requirements at all." in fact, obama's getting statese peop from welfare to work. and president clinton's reaction to the romney ad? it's just "not true." get the facts. watching abc 7 news with leon harris, starling, doug hill and tim brant sports. >> a maryland man who told police he killed a housemates body parts has been t to standmpeten trial. onwas indicted in june weapons and a murder charges. killed a man who had been g with his family and mutilated the bodies. prosecutors agreed he is incompetent after reading a psychiatric report. >> prosecutors have charged a high-profile former college coach and an $80 million ponzi scheme. he used his influence with the players and coaching colleagues the scheme. he and a business partner used a liquidation company that bought resold furniture and appliances. among the coaches was frank and barry switzer. >> a retail showdown to tell you about. j.c. penney over sell martha to stewart living products. macy's claims they have an contract that goes through 2018. j.c. pen
" route order to commit tran fagg examines the wall street collapse of washington mutual, the wall street punch grand largest bank failure in american history. her attackers just over an hour. [applause] >> well, it is so wonderful to see a great crowd during one of america's great public libraries and a reminder of why the comments are so important in to welcome my friend, kirsten grind back to seattle again. sorry there is no big tank failure to cover. >> lovely weather. >> sunny days make me depressed, but i'll get by with this weather. kirsten spoke, "the lost bank" is a great read if you want to understand not only what happened to washington mutual, which is a huge trauma for the city that continues to reverberate, that had much brighter policy implications for what happened in the great recession and how banking contributed to the amount done. there are times when you're agreed psycho thriller. we don't start out with carrie challenger and liar loans and many of and many of and many of didn't. we stared up at the guy named luke pepper. why is that? >> well, luke pepper was the ceo
>> rise and shine, washington. it's wednesday, august 1. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. we will check the weather first with adam caskey. >> similar to yesterday, high temperatures around 90 degrees. showers and thunderstorms off and on with heavy downpours. in martinsburg injoe picked joe picked up an inch and a quarter of rain. it is 68 degrees right now in manassas. some areas of rain in southern maryland now moving over the bay. partly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the low to mid 90's. now to lisa baden. >> everything was good on 95 between richmond and baltimore but there's been a collision in maryland on 95 northbound between the beltway and powder mill road and nobody is getting by. temporarily blocked with a crash in the calvert and area. southbound coming from baltimore towards washington, if everything is moving. -- temporarily blocked with a crash in the calverton area. >> the driver hit and killed a woman in herndon and did not stop. the woman was found in the 500 block of center street last night. john gonzalez has the latest details. >> we have two crime s
son. washington" at begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute >> good morning, washington. it's tuesday, august 28. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. first we want to get a check on expect in our area with caskey on this tuesday morning. >> areas of light rain. there's a cold front dropping in and we have areas of light rain the frederickng and montgomery county line and moving through northwestern montgomery county. there is rain. leesburg there is a steady rainfall pushing east through the shenandoah valley. moving southtinue and east. that will spread over the rain.y, light by lunchtimeine into the afternoon. becoming sunny and less humid, degrees expected. now to angela. >> on the roads we continue to the problem on 95. in the next few minutes you will run into brief delays on 95. a tractor-trailer accident is northbound, blocking the right shoulder,he right between triangle and dumphries. route 1 could be a pretty good alternate for this time of morning. 395,u are
about the train derailment that inled two young women ellicott city, maryland. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. wednesday, august 22. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. thanks for joining us. begin with meteorologist adam caskey. >> its not as foggy as yesterday morning. temperature is pretty close to f year.for this time o too humid.t 62 in leesburg, 59 in inwood. frostburg, 52. arlington and 62 la plata. to mid 60's arou the beltway for the most part. highs in the mid '80s with isolated thundershowers. couple will pop up on the screen later this afternoon and evening. angela. >> good morning. foggy, butt was today's commute is better. nothing serious to reports of morning. of our work zones are south of town on interstate 95 as you drive to richmond. pretty good towards the capital beltway. drivingook at 395, 95 heading into the district, you should not run into any trouble. looks pretty good on the beltway in virginia. they have picked up the works owns. we stil
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>> washington journal begins at 7:00 eastern and our first guest is william march. he'll preview the republican national convention. then following the politico playbook breakfast, the 2012 tampa bay host committee ceo. followed by a discussion on the challenges of helping the homeless in tampa with a non-profit group starting right now that pairs destitute families with mentors that help ends homeless. washington journal live with your calls, tweets and e-mails at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. c-span of the republican convention starts this week with the democrats following september 4th. every minute every speech live on c-span, c-span radio and online at monday will only see a quick call to order and recess for the day. speakers tuesday night will include ann romney and chris christie and congressman paul ryan delivering his vice presidential acceptance speech. thursday florida marco rubio will introduce mitt romney. use our online convention hub to watch convention feeds, add your comments and connect with other viewers. texas representative and 2012 presidential c
. >> it is. at least it's consistent. >> we are consistent in the washington, d.c. area as of late when it comes it our weather. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> let's talk to tucker barnes. >> good morning. we have temperatures in the 70s here in town. should be a decent day. we'll see some sunshine, some clouds, maybe a thunderstorm or two late today if you are south of the city, all part of a cold front falling part across the area. there you are, generally quiet. a few showers trying to get itself together just to the south and east of fredericksburg. that one looks like it is falling apart. other than that, just kind after hazy humid start to your day with temperatures in some spots falling back into the upper 60s and low 70s. should be a decent day. it will be warm and rather humid this afternoon with highs about 90 degrees with the possibility of a stray storm. more details in just a minute. toss it back to you guys at the desk. >> thank you. >>> topping our stories, the sikh tim pell shooting in wisconsin. the shooter ident
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in for neil cavuto. the main message for washington is getting louder and georgia voters saying no to a state-wide sales tax increase and in texas, republican voters saying yes for the tea party candidate for senate. this as more american companies are voting with cash, spending more on stock buybacks and takeovers, amid looming tax hikes. if the writing is on the wall. we'll be seeing, and read it. to ben stein, dagen mcdowell. will d.c. see the writing on the wall? >> i think it has. if you think about it, president obama has not raised taxes yet on the income. he's backed off that income, going back to the clinton tax rates. and i will say this, and when you look at what people want, they-- people obviously hate tax increases, but i think the message and i've not seen the definitive poll on this. when you look at it it's nor nuanced. i think a lot of people wouldn't mind paying higher taxes if at least they made a real effort to cut the size of government. and then, people would say, no problem, but they never do. >> forget about polls, we are seeing people vote. we're seeing votes in cali
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